Nobody's Angel by Stacy Gail
Genre: PNR, Romance
Number of Pages: 89
Narrator: Romy Nordlinger
Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
Series: Earth Angels #1
Read: June 2013
Investigative journalist Kendall Glynn is horrified when a friend and colleague signs off permanently during a live newscast, jabbing a pen into his jugular. Kendall's no expert, but judging by the strange white veil in the anchorman's eyes, she would swear he was a man possessed.
A descendant of the accursed Nephilim, Zeke Reece prowls San Francisco by night, keeping the city free from paranormal phenomena. But even he is no match for whatever malevolent force is behind a recent rash of murder-suicides. And when a beautiful tenacious reporter becomes the next target, Zeke has no choice but to stay close to her, until he can find the evil spirit and cross it over.
The closer Kendall gets to the truth, the more danger she's in. Fortunately, a sexy and mysterious masked stranger keeps swooping in to the rescue. Kendall's life depends on finding who or what is responsible for the killings, before it finds her.
Listened for Fun (Audible)
Overall Rating: 3.75
Story Rating: 3.50
Character Rating: 4.00
Audio Rating: 3.50 (not part of the overall rating)
Quick Thoughts for a Quick Book: For a short read, Nobody’s Angel was a fantastic listen. In fact, I think I found a new way to enjoy shorter stories. For some reason, narration added an extra layer to the story and it felt deeper than if I read it. Kendell and Zeke were both well-rounded characters that I was rooting for the whole way through. The mystery was well-planned and thought out. I thought the story could have been longer and deeper (there was just something missing I couldn’t put my finger on) but overall I enjoyed it. Great read for an afternoon on the porch!
Narrated By Romy Nordlinger / Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
This is my first time listening to a book narrated by Romy and she did a pretty good job. I think she made me like Nobody’s Angel more than I normally would have but I didn’t get a chance to get used to her male voices. It sometimes takes me a bit to warm up to male voices done by females and in short books that time just isn’t there. I will give her another whirl though!
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